Maintaining connectivity to the belayer when you're climbing is important to ensure that you can both stay safe, which is what the 'Triumph' Helmet aims to enable. The helmet works by incorporating a two-way radio into the design to connect users together and features a PTT (push-to-talk) button on the strap in order to make communicating as seamless as possible.
Designed by Arun Kumar Singh, the 'Triumph' Helmet aims to be a comfortable, efficient and protective piece of equipment to wear when partaking in some climbing. This comes as a logical next step given the increased level of technological integration that's taking place in virtually all products and items within the consumer merchandise market. The helmet sports a lattice rear section to keep the wearer cool when partaking in climbs.
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The 'Triumph' Helmet Incorporates a Two-Way Radio into the Design
- By: Michael HemsworthJun 30, 2017